Chung wah is a chain of chinese food restaurants in Bangalore. They have their presence in almost all the areas of Bengaluru.
Not only chinese, they also serve other asian flavours like thai, korean and singaporean. The experience in chung wah is unique from the usual chinese food we get, with their wide range of soups, starters and main course.
For main course they have in their menu varied forms of rice and noodles. Rice comes in combination of a variety of gravies and curries cooked in different styles right from chinese to thai, singaporian and mexican. And all these served either with vegetables or chicken or lamb. They also serve plain steamed rice and you can combine it with any of the gravies and curries. So, there is a lots of choice to choose from. Fujian Rice is my one favourite dish, which comes with rice blended with egg and served with hot gravy, mushrooms, softly cooked chicken and other chinese herbs and spices. Hot and sour soup unlike in other places is not too spicy. They just have the perfect blend of the sourness and spiciness served at the right temperature will be a good treat to your taste buds.
At Chung wah the food is delicious and their interiors, ambiance and service match their quality of food. The food there is not very oily or spicy or heavy, so feels light on your stomach. Its fresh and hot too. Other dishes that you could try : Mala chicken, Chicken chilly basil, General Toa's Chicken, Singapore noodles. The only thing we found that is not upto the mark is chicken momos.
So, if you want to try chinese food visit chungwah. People who need extra spice may have to use extra vinegar or chilli sauce. It costs around Rs.600 for two persons.